Why Juan Foyth is not registered in Spurs Champions League squad

Sherman Parsons
November 30, 2018

Tottenham Hotspur captain Hugo Lloris has urged PSV Eindhoven to give their all against Inter next month.

If they managed that they would then have to match the points Inter accrue in the final group games when Spurs go to Barcelona and PSV visit Milan.

That won't be easy against Lionel Messi and company, but Pochettino has faith.

"All is possible in football".

"We have big respect for Barcelona, one of the best teams in Europe".

"Now we have another tough game against Arsenal first and we need to be ready again", the coach said. Us and Inter can only arrive with 10 points.

"I think we've talked [before] and if you find my speech from the beginning of the season, I was so disappointed because the squad was so big".

"If Tottenham play like they did last weekend against Chelsea, they can not lose".

"Tottenham have the best players, I believe, but the best players do not always win the game. But now we need to focus on Arsenal on Sunday - another massive game for us".

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"What Barcelona do is not in our hands".

"One thing I don't like about football is the rules, maybe we should play more like basketball and go in and out".

With Wembley as cavernous as ever, Spurs quite simply had to beat their Italian opponents to avoid being buffeted out of the competition.

"Now everyone has seen he is doing fantastic", Pochettino said.

Barca have not lost at home in the Champions League since 2013.

"But they have not played anything like they did the season before".

Spurs' inability to move any of their foreign players out in turn meant they had to target homegrown talent, which saw them become the first team in Premier League history not to sign anyone during the summer transfer window.

One of four changes to the side that started the 3-1 win over Chelsea here on Saturday, Lucas Moura sent a weak shot down the middle for Samir Handanovic to keep out 33 minutes in following some good play from Moussa Sissoko in the build-up.

Pochettino's relief was clear as he looked to the heavens and pumped his fists, but Tottenham still have one last daunting hurdle to overcome in Barcelona before they can celebrate a last 16 berth.

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